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Recent Updates

Join Us at Our Preservation Celebration 2022!

September 13, 2022

Join us for our Preservation Celebration 2022 at the newly restored and re-opened Peale Museum! On October 13, we’ll honor our 2022 Preservation Award winners and, with your help, give out four microgrants to people working on the front lines in our historic neighborhoods. We’ll say thank you to our volunteers… Read more

CHAP Update: Sarah Ann Street Historic District Nomination Advances!

August 9, 2022

This afternoon the city’s historic preservation commission (CHAP) advanced the nomination for Sarah Ann Street in the Poppleton neighborhood of West Baltimore to become a local historic district. The district would include the alley houses in the 1100 block of Sarah Ann Street that have been owned by Black Baltimore… Read more

Celebrating Noted Baltimore Historian Wayne Schaumburg

July 25, 2022

I am sad to report that Baltimore Heritage board member Wayne Schaumburg passed away last week. Wayne was a superstar at helping people fall in love with Baltimore. He developed and led tours at Green Mount Cemetery for something like 40 years and they will forever be known as the… Read more

Victory in Poppleton!

July 19, 2022

Baltimore Heritage is thrilled to share the news that the Eaddy family and all of the advocates in Poppleton have won. The city just announced that it will not evict the Eaddy family (they will get to continue to own their homes), and that the City is selling the Sarah… Read more

Save the Date: Bmore Historic is on September 23, 2022!

July 14, 2022

Baltimore’s annual unconference on people, places, and the past will be held in-person at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Friday, September 23, 2022! What is Bmore Historic? Bmore Historic is a participant-led unconference for people who care about public history and historic preservation in and around Baltimore. This includes… Read more

Announcing the Laurel Cemetery Memorial Project’s Inaugural Newsletter

June 17, 2022

Baltimore Heritage is delighted to have a guest blog post by Dr. Elgin Klugh, chair of the Laurel Cemetery Memorial Project, announcing the group’s inaugural newsletter! The Laurel Cemetery Memorial Project is dedicated to telling the untold history and fate of Baltimore’s first nonsectarian African American cemetery and the thousands… Read more